Beet Pickled Eggs

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There are some meals that you will always love and think of your childhood as you enjoy them – mac n cheese, Oreos, square pizza . . .  pickled eggs. All those foods that are bad for you and you can’t eat on a regular basis.  Unless you have a very high metabolism.

There are also foods that people just won’t understand why you like them. This is me and pickled eggs. I understand. I get it. Pickled eggs . . . They sound gross if you’ve never had them. Plus, they’re pink eggs. Eggs aren’t supposed to be pink. I’ve had friends asked me to send pictures because they’re so confused as to what a pickled egg could be. They’re response? “Girl, eggs aren’t supposed to be pink. But they are beautiful and delicious. I promise.


 

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But ever since I can remember, my mother has made Pickled Eggs in the Spring time. It’s just expected that she will make a dozen for me and a dozen for my brother. I have fond memories of sitting at the table with a piece of salty ham and several pickled eggs on my plate laughing at my brother’s jokes. Pink eggs – they’re good! Give them a try.

Pickled Eggs

Pickled Eggs

Ingredients

  • 2 - 16 oz cans pickled beets
  • 16 oz white vinegar
  • dozen eggs

Instructions

  1. Boil eggs and peel
  2. Place all the eggs in a bowl. Don't need to worry if they're touching!
  3. pour both cans of beets and all of the vinegar over the eggs
  4. make sure the eggs are totally covered - add more vinegar if you need to cover
  5. soak the eggs at least over night
  6. Enjoy!
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Bex is Hoosier girl, wifey to Scott, aunt to 7 handsome guys and 2 gorgeous gals, popcorn eater, makeup lover, and target shopper by day. She has a passion for frugally creating pretty things from the inside out and sharing those with others. When she sees a recipe, she instantly wants to know how to make it healthier … unless it’s cake or popcorn then she just wants to eat it. And when she sees a neglected piece of furniture or décor she instantly wants to show it some love and make it as pretty as it used to be. Bex blogs over at Butcher’s Niche about all things cooking, crafting, fashion, beauty, and life.

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